“I'm a survivor, I'm not gonna give up, I'm not gonna stop, I'm gonna work harder, I’m a survivor, I'm gonna make it, I will survive, Keep on surviving.”
If Motley could talk I think she would be regularly singing this Destiny’s Child’s song. Ha! Because this girl is a distemper SURVIVOR.
A side effect of the distemper virus has left her with a tick that causes her neck to twitch back and fo rth. Naturally, being the resilent girl she is, Motley has taken advantage of this and now enjoys head banging to her favorite genre of music which is rock and of course her favorite band, Motley Crue. I guess you can guess where we got her name from?
Some of you may know Motley as Cherrie Berrie as she was know at the SPCA of Brazoria County. Much credit to SPCA-BC for giving this girl the fighting chance she deserved. They asked us to step in and take Motley into our program as she will need a special home.
Motley is a happy, energetic pup with a zest for life!!! She LOVES kids and she enjoys playing with other dogs. She is excellent off leash as well!!! She would make a great addition to any family. If you have any questions please call/text Ashlee at 979-549-7220. The adoption application can be found at the bottom of this post.
Breed: Boxer/Terrier Mix
Age: 1 year old
Weight: 40 pounds
* Heartworm Negative
* Up to date on vaccines
* Potty trained
* Kennel trained
* Good with other dogs (all sizes)
* Good with children
* Walks well on a leash
* Does well off leash
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